Brooks Medieval Faire

Artisan Marketplace

Hello vendors!

The 2019 Vendor Application Package is now available! Please read the entire package thoroughly as there are some changes from last year.
Please don’t send vendor fees with your application! You will receive payment instructions with an acceptance letter if you are accepted as a vendor.

You can download the 2019 Brooks Vendor Package here!

The list of vendors will be updated regularly as applications are accepted. Please be patient as we review the applications.

Current Vendor List

Last updated March 19th 2019

Fresh Squeezed Lemonade – Freshly Squeezed Lemonade with your choice of flavour shots or try an Iced Coffee!

Rocky Mountain Maille – A wonderful assortment of hand made jewelry, ornaments done with chainmaille; chainmaille with leather armour, and steelplate with leather armour. Come and watch Matthew crafting in this long lost art!

The Beaded Veil – Lace collars, slave bracelets and headpieces. Jewelry including chainmaille and Celtic designs – a must see!

The Lizard’s Lair – Always a popular stop for guests attending the Brooks Faire. Admire the costumes, wings, hairpieces and purses. Look for masks, eyepatches, dreamcatches and pictures worked in leather.

Prairie Rose Crochet – a must see booth with all of the necessary accessories to go medieval – crochet crowns, swords, kid’s armour & helmets and dragon fingerless gloves. Handmade unicorns dragons and dinosaurs to cuddle and it’s never too early to shop for various Christmas items!

Nan’s Diner – snow cones, shaved ice, mini donuts and cotton candy – a perfect way to top off your favorite faire foods after trying the handmade hamburgers, poutines, fries, hot dogs and beef on a bun.

Red Moon Curios – If you love fantasy come and see Dragons, Gargoyles, fairies skulls, and knights – statues and lamps. The flintlocks are a must see!

Henna Artistry – using all natural henna for body art; watch as this artist draws beautiful designs on hands and how quickly and perfectly she does this ancient art style.

The Blacksmith’s Wench – Check out the chainmaill, clothing and jewellery made from silver clay. Try your luck with your making your own gemstones with do-it-yourself kits.

Cennets Machine & Metal Working – swords, daggers and knives galore. Leather belts and pouches are among the many hand-made treasures in this vendor’s booth.

Stone Wood and Steel – hand forged items – knives, axes, fire pokers and bottle openers. Check out the classes offered to learn the craft of blacksmithing.

Beneath the Bridge – See the needlefelt sculptures in a medieval fantasy theme and check out the polymer clay sculpture to add to your decor.

JPL Designs – This longtime vendor of the Brooks Faire offers new and exciting designs done by Jody – fixed sizes and adjustable rings are offered. For any regal head, they offer crowns, headbands and headdresses, hair clips and combs. Test the essential oils spray while admiring gemstone necklaces and earrings.

Blue Sage Treasures – Gems, crystals and fossils are just some of the interesting things in this booth. Crowns of flowers, macrame and wire wrapped bands are available. See the handcrafted Gnomes and dragons. Sage and smudge sprays and essential oil rollers can be found here.

Mystic Balance & OCTO Crystals – Medieval inspired dresses, bags & pouches and cloth & metal belts are just a few of the goodies that these ladies can out fit you with! With crystals, rocks, minerals and fossils as your talisman they will guide you safely on your journey!

Celtic Mountain Wool & Leather – Wool felted ornaments, woodland animals, Gnomes, wizards, and fairies – all a must see on this vendor’s table. Leather cuffs with Viking and Celtic engravings along with circlets and crowns – something for everyone at this booth.

T’z Tz & More – A new vendor to Brooks this displaying crystals & minerals, gemstone bracelets, floral wreaths and everybody’s favourite – Tie Dye t-shirts and accessories. Stop in and see this colourful booth.

Galeana’s Closet – A faire staple with clothing for all Lords Ladies. From cloaks, to dresses, robes to viking pants and head ware of all sorts. Don’t forget to look for accessories such as belts and pouches.

Browyn’s Jewellery – Another long time vendor of the Brooks Faire Browyn’s Jewellery offers circlets, rings, bracelets, necklaces & earrings. Look for hair clips and try on some fanciful head ware.

Ben & Simon’s Pie Shoppe – For the fifth year at the Brooks Faire, this vendor will tempt you with personal size pies, scones, cookies and freshly baked bread. They have gluten free products so one and all may enjoy a sweetie!

Bears Den Woodworks – Come and see these amazing stargazer chairs. Admire the skill and artistic beauty of these collapsible chairs.

Rustic Ranch Soap & Beauty Company – Handcrafted body essentials of soaps, lotions, bath balms and butters – all the luxuries for relaxation and rest.

Six Guns Sauvy Crafting & Fabrication – see various fabricated horseshoe crafts – celtic crosses and knotwork, nail jewellery and much more from this vendor.

Crescent Hollow Healing – Have a tarot & energy card reading or intuitive reading and scrying done at this vendor. Crystals, cards, tapestries and pendulums to name just a few of interesting products this vendor offers.